Also known as: “Bring me the head of Gary Owens!”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 2:11:45)
Get ready to travel across the galaxies with your friendly combination robot and the Millennium Falcon where we review Mighty Orbots and Solo: A Star Wars Story!
(0:00 – 52:00) Review: Mighty Orbots – This was a series that has taken years to be put out on DVD, and both Jonn and Dustin jump on the chance to review this great 80’s Saturday Morning Anime co-production cartoon! We’re actually not the only podcast to cover this show, as Anime 82 did it well over a decade ago that no one seemed to notice because of how obscure it was at the time. This also includes the voice actors that worked on this show like the late Gary Owens, other 1980’s cartoons talk, if Orbots had their own Soul of Chogokun toys, getting a hold of the Techno Police 21c Bluray if you order the Blade robot online, if Orbots and God Mars are a fair comparison and much more!
(52:00 – 53:25) Right Stuf Promo: Dustin babbles on for a minute to convince you the listener to buy everything and everything from Right Stuf!, because you totally should, and we should TOTALLY GET PAID (but we kid since the review material we receive is very sufficient, so thank you Right Stuf!)
(53:25 – 1:32:15) Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story – Both Jonn and Dustin enjoyed this film despite it coming out a mere few months after that debacle Last Jedi hit the main screens, which the hosts own review to this movie is very positive in general. This also gets the hosts talking about how Disney might screw up Star Wars in the future and that Han really did shoot first in the cantina.
(1:32:15 – 2:11:45) Closing Remarks – This goes right into the hosts opinions on the Supreme Court decision on Colorado baker case, John McAfee running for the libertarian party in the upcoming election, Tara Strong influence on Teen Titans Go, can President Trump really pardon himself?, the live action American Dad party and much more!
OP1 – Orbots, UNITE!
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I think he’s the man to run this county for the next 4 years…
Also known as: “DAM TRUCK DER HIT MAH KAHR!”
and also: “My balls are huge, making all these threats…”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 1:58:48)
To celebrate the belated 30th anniversary of the greatest OVA of all time, Bubblegum Crisis, both Dustin and Jonn thought it would be fitting to celebrate the film that inspired the creation of Bubblegum Crisis, and that is Techno Police 21C.
(0:00 – 1:11:00) Review: The “Ultimate Non-Bubblegum Crisis Review” Techno Police 21C – To all those anime reviewers that were all about the Bubblegum Crisis anniversary and celebrating its monumental achievement to anime, they can go rot for all we care, cuz SCREW THAT NOISE! This podcast gets down to the real roots of where Bubblegum Crisis began, in a dumb, theatrical, cheezy robot film done by the original creator of Bubblegum Crisis, Toshimichi Suzuki. If you the listener are thinking “What the hell’s the AOY Podcast problem not covering Bubblegum Crisis?” (or other problems we have in general), the answer is that Dustin and Jonn covered Bubblegum Crisis for it’s 25th anniversary, and all those episodes are on our review page for you to check out that came from another podcast Jonn and Dustin used to do. This also includes off topic banter about making a bank into a crystal triangle, Mike Judge secret anime stash, retard robots ride the short bus, Dustin Wesley Willis impersonation, this movie inspired other great films to be made, comparisons between Techno Police and Bubblegum Crisis, technical issues and much more!
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(1:11:00 – 1:58:48) Closing Remarks: As per the usual, some political talks gets into our discussion regarding that Milo dude and those left-winged peeps, but then other pressing matters come up. Such matters as how Love that Goku is out to destroy the Alt-Right, A former TZ Member boycott against My Anime List, Belledona of Sadness was on TCM the same night as Toonami, people on twitter who turned gay from Cartoon Network, live action anime film talk, RIP Bill Paxton and Robert Osbourne and so much more.
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Here are some images of the Animerica Issue with Priss on the cover with an extensive interview of Toshimichi Suzuki. Link to that post is found here